Envia Systems Awarded Grants to Develop Next Generation Batteries for Electric Cars

Barclay, Steve
March 2010
Automotive Industries;Mar2010, Vol. 190 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article offers information on grants awarded to Envia Systems Inc. for the development of new batteries for electric cars. Envia received a 4 million dollar grant from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and 1 million dollar grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC). Subhash Dhar, Chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Envia, said that the grants reinforce the strength and importance of Envia's technology.


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